Metallurgy Fundamentals Ferrous and Nonferrous by Daniel A. Brandt

By Daniel A. Brandt

Metallurgy basics offers the scholar with guide at the simple homes, features, and creation of the key steel households. transparent, concise language and various illustrations make this an easy-to-understand textual content for an introductory direction in metallurgy. Over 450 tables, diagrams, and images convey either the theoretical and sensible points of metallurgy.

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Isokawa and K. Namiki, Effects of Alloying Elements on the Rotating Bending Fatigue Properties of Carburized Steels, Denki Seiko (Electr. Fum. Steel), Vol 57 (No. 0, Jan 1986, p 13-22 • H. Kanizawa and H. Satoh, Effect of Alloying Elements on the Formation of Internal Oxidation Layer in Carburized Steels, Netsu Shari (1 Jpn. Soc. 4), 1997, P 225-230 • M. Kikuchi, A. Komine, and Y. Kibayashi, Influence of Internal Oxides on the Fatigue Strength of Carburized Steel, I. Soc. Mater. , Vol 38 (No. H.

Shcherbedinskii and AI. Shumakov, Internal Oxidation of Excess Carbides in Alloy Steels during Carburising, Irv: Akad. Nauk SSSR. 3), P 193-199 6. R. Chatterjee-Fischer, Internal Oxidation during Carburising and Heat Treatment, Metall. Trans. Y. A. S. Polotskii, Internal Oxidation of the Case on Carburised Alloy Steels, Met. Sci. Heat Treat. 6), June 1972, p 508-512 34 / Carburizing: Microstructures and Properties 8. C. Van Thyne and G. Krauss, A Comparison of Single Tooth Bending Fatigue in Boron and Alloy Carburising Steels, Carburising: Processing, and Performance, G.

_+--__:_t--____j .............. J,----J -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 Dew point. °C 30 40 Fig. 4 Variation of carbon potential with dew point for an endothermic-based atmosphere containing 20% CO and 40% H 2 in contact with plain-carbon steel at various workpiece temperatures. 21----+--+---+--'-",~--__i - o 15 30 60 90 .. min Fig. 6 Decarburization as a function of holding time at different temperatures. Solid lines, samples with protective coating; dashed Iines, samples without protective coating.

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